Author Archives: fredjimbob

A holohorse?

The object was in his pocket as he hummed a tune and as he practiced songs. It was in his pocket when he stopped in a village for the night and sang at the tavern. It was in his pocket … Continue reading

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The Singularity Plane: the Cracks

The Cracks appeared all at once, all over the world, and, as was later discovered, some distance above and below it as well. They couldn’t be closed or widened, (although eventually crude gates were made) and they didn’t only appear … Continue reading

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Robby the bard

First, for readers unfamiliar, what is a Holohorse? They are Horse-like creatures apparently living, but able to phase through solid objects and even, if they choose, to disappear entirely, leaving only their Holochip (although this could be quite a vulnerable … Continue reading

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A Mess of Time

The Time War had affected many races and worlds that were not participants, such as this world. It was now however, all but forgotten. But it’s scars were not. Strange mixes of different technologies, many of which may as well … Continue reading

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Greater works than these

In John 14:12 Jesus tells his disciples “…he who believes in me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to my father.” We see an example of … Continue reading

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The Chrono-Gnomes: Chrognomes

They had fled the disasters on earth, or rather their great-great-grandparents had. Some of those disasters natural, some civil. The Great Portal was the best option, the mars project was too expensive, the Portal mostly just manipulated the natural instabilities … Continue reading

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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands: part 7

Once they were on the move again, they started studying the maps more closely, of the Rim and of the near Surroundlands. The Rim Kingdom that they had just visited the capital of, had another major city sitting right on … Continue reading

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